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Great news!

When is the deadline for submissions?

Quoting Betsy Rose <[log in to unmask]> on Fri, 7 Mar 2014  
13:06:26 -0500:

> Betsy Rose here. This is from Christopher Lewis via Demetres  
> Tryphonopoulos. Because of the limitations of the ListServ, I was  
> unable to attach the Call for Papers, but it should be available  
> through the link below:
> In July this year Bath Spa University will host the BLAST 2014  
> Interdisciplinary Conference to commemorate the centenary of the  
> launch of the Vorticist movement. . . . All of us working on the  
> conference are very keen to ensure that all the
> contributors to the two issues of BLAST are represented. Given that  
> Pound played such a pivotal role in the Vorticist movement we feel  
> that many of your members might be interested in attending and/or  
> speaking at the conference.
> As an incentive to members of the Pound Society, we have made it a  
> condition of the payment that all members of affiliated societies  
> will be eligible for the reduced fee of £60 for both days.
> Just to fill you in briefly, the conference will include plenary  
> lectures by Prof Mark Antliff of Duke University, Prof Paul Edwards  
> of the University of East Anglia and Prof. Scott W. Klein of Wake  
> Forest University; multiple themed panels on
> cultural and artistic significance and legacy of Vorticism  
> and BLAST; the first fully staged performance of Enemy of the  
> Stars (Wyndham Lewis’s 1914 Vorticist play); and an exhibition of  
> contemporary artists whose work has been influenced or
> inspired by Vorticist aesthetics. More information is available on  
> the conference website: [  
> ] 
> We feel very strongly that we would like to give equal attention to  
> all the contributors to the two issues of BLAST, so are very keen to  
> encourage participation from Ezra Pound Society members.
> Please let me know if you would like any further information.
> [Christopher Lewis]
> Betsy Graves Rose
> National Poetry Foundation
> Room 400, 5752 Neville Hall
> University of Maine
> Orono, ME  04469-5752
> (207) 581-3814

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